This month's magazine includes an article assessing where we are with the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and what developments we can expect in 2023. This year, we are also likely to see more developments in the militarisation of space. Find out more in the magazine.
The world seemed to become an even more dangerous place in 2022, as we witnessed the existential threat of nuclear war shifting from being an abstract fear to an increasing probability. CND was, and remains, a clear voice for peace - read about our actions in making the world a safer place in this annual round-up.
This month's magazine includes an assessment of the surprise announcements contained in the United States' latest decisions on its nuclear weapons arsenal. We also have an article on the specific risks posed by nuclear power stations in the Ukraine conflict.
With US nuclear weapons expected to arrive at RAF Lakenheath base in Suffolk imminently, the people of East Anglia and beyond are already protesting this dangerous move. Find out more about the campaign in this month's magazine. We also mark the 40th anniversary of the iconic Greenham Embrace the Base action, with details revealed about a new commemorative event.
As concerns grow that the war in Ukraine could turn nuclear, this month's magazine calls for urgent negotiations to end the conflict. We also have an article about one of the United States' biggest spy bases - in Yorkshire!
This month's magazine includes a letter to the new Prime Minister from CND's General Secretary, Kate Hudson. We also feature a guest article on the cost of living crisis by PCS trade union Assistant General Secretary John Moloney.
This month's magazine features an interview with poet Antony Owen on the role culture can play in conveying the horror of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. We also have a preview of a major international conference on nuclear weapons taking place this month, which the UK government is attending.
As NATO countries' heads of state met last week, a new Strategic Concept for the nuclear-armed alliance was unveiled. Read more about why these new policies pose such a threat in this month's edition of the magazine. We also have a round-up from a more positive international gathering - the first meeting of the countries signed up to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
We are facing increasingly dangerous times - with the war in Ukraine, the re-militarisation of Europe, the return of US nuclear bombs to the United Kingdom,, new nuclear warheads and the expansion of NATO. All of these issues are explored in our summer edition of Campaign, as well as what CND is doing to campaign for peace.
States will meet at the United Nations in June 2022 to discuss progress on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. In this magazine, we preview the event and CND's hopes for the conference. We also take a look at CND's shared history with Glastonbury Festival.